constraining

[ kuhn-streyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF constraining

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The present civilisation of India has the constraining power of the mould.

It is not only the basilisk's eye that has constraining power.

In old days, political agreement was a strong and a constraining bond.

"Yes," Miss Henderson said, constraining herself to speak quietly.

Yet how many motives are there, constraining him to abide in an affirmative conclusion?

It was all a kiss, despite the constraining straps—or almost all.

Jimmy sickened suddenly, and seized her arm in a constraining grasp.

Downwards, too, its roots are stretched, constraining to action in the world of men.

"No," he said quietly, and laid a constraining hand upon her as she sat.

The songs I knew not he resumes, set free From my constraining love, alas for me!

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